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Memorial 1944-1969
     

Memorial 1944-1969

by The Glenn Miller Orchestra
 
Before the CD era, this two-LP set was the definitive Glenn Miller greatest-hits package. All 30 selections were big-sellers (there are no duds included) and none of Miller's most popular songs are missing. Programmed in chronological order, the music starts with "Moonlight Serenade" and continues up to "St. Louis Blues March" (which was actually from

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Before the CD era, this two-LP set was the definitive Glenn Miller greatest-hits package. All 30 selections were big-sellers (there are no duds included) and none of Miller's most popular songs are missing. Programmed in chronological order, the music starts with "Moonlight Serenade" and continues up to "St. Louis Blues March" (which was actually from Miller's Army Air Force Band). Highlights include "Little Brown Jug," "In the Mood," "Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand," "Anvil Chorus," "Chattanooga Choo Choo," "A String of Pearls" and "Serenade in Blue"; in fact, every song here is a highlight.

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All Music Guide
Before the CD era, this two-LP set was the definitive Glenn Miller greatest-hits package. All 30 selections were big sellers (there are no duds) and none of Miller's most popular songs are missing. Programmed in chronological order, the music starts with "Moonlight Serenade" and continues up to "St. Louis Blues March" (which was actually from Miller's Army Air Force Band). Highlights include "Little Brown Jug," "In the Mood," "Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand," "Anvil Chorus," "Chattanooga Choo Choo," "A String of Pearls" and "Serenade in Blue"; in fact, every song here is a highlight. ~ Scott Yanow & Bruce Eder

Product Details

Release Date:
10/27/1992
Label:
Rca
UPC:
0078635510324
catalogNumber:
55103

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Performance Credits

Glenn Miller Orchestra   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Ray Eberle   Vocals,Track Performer
Modernaires   Vocals,Track Performer
Tex Beneke   Vocals,Track Performer
Marion Hutton   Vocals,Track Performer
Skip Nelson   Vocals,Track Performer
Dorothy Claire   Vocals,Track Performer
Ray Eberle & The Modernaires   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Giuseppe Verdi   Composer
Dick Jurgens   Composer
Steve Backer   Producer
Bill Finegan   Composer
Kim Gannon   Composer
Jerry Gray   Composer
Jack Lawrence   Composer
Glenn Miller   Arranger
Jay Newland   Engineer
Luckey Roberts   Composer
Carl Sigman   Composer
John Snyder   Reissue Producer
Jacqueline Murphy   Art Direction
Joe Lopes   Engineer
Chummy MacGregor   Arranger
Alberto Dominguez   Composer
Sammy Gallop   Composer
Milton Leeds   Composer
Elmer Albrecht   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Frank W. Meacham   Composer
Guy Hall   Composer
Henry Kleinkauf   Composer
Frederick Edward Weatherly   Composer

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